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Updated July 2020
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1- Idanileko yi soro nipa bi arinrin-ajo ati alaare yoo se maa ki irun won laini fi wole tabi lo o lara tayo asiko re.2- Kiki irun rakah merin ni meji ni ori irinajo ati ki alaare fi aawe sile ninu osu Ramadan ki o si gba a pada nigbati ara re ba ya gbogbo eleyi je irorun ti Olohun se fun awa Musulumi ti O si fe ki a maa je anfaani re nitoripe irorun ni Olohun fe fun wa ninu Esin Islam.3- Alaye ni ekunrere lori awon idajo irun onirin-ajo, igba ti yoo maa bere si din irun re ku ati asiko ti y ...
 
2- Alaye lori awon idajo ti o sopo mo irun Jimoh, ninu won ni: (1) Asiko wo ni irun Jimoh maa n wole. (2) Onka wo ni o ye ki o pe ki a to le ki irun Jimoh. (3) Rakah melo ni Musulumi gbodo ba ki o to le gba pe oun ba irun Jimoh.3- Alaye lori wipe Ojise Olohun- ike ati ola Olohun ki o maa ba a maa n gbe ohun soke ni ti o ba n se khutuba ti o si maa n se khutuba ni iduro, gbogbo awon nkan wonyi ni o si maa n se okunfa ki khutuba ni ilapa lara awon ti won n gbo o.4- Oro waye ni apa kerin yi lor ...
 
1- Alaye lori Irun Ọdun mejeeji ati awọn ofin ti o rọ mọ aaye ikirun pẹlu awọn imura ti wọn fẹ ki a mu fun Irun ọdun. 3- Idanileko ni apa yi da lori awọn ẹwa khutuba Ojise Olohun- ike ati ola Olohun ki o maa ba a- ni ọjọ odun ati tita koko ọrọ lori wipe se o maa ngbe minbari lọ si aaye ikirun ni tabi wọn mọ pa si ibẹ.
 
CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day’s events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what’s driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. A broadcaster, writer and entre ...
 
Alaye waye ninu waasi yi nipa bi Ojise Olohun- ike ati ola Olohun ki o maa ba a- ti se ki irun bi osan ba di oru ni oju aye re pelu awon idajo irun yii. Oro si tun waye lori wipe oorun ati osupa ninu awon amin agbara Olohun ni won wa, won kii wo okunkun nitori iku eniyan kan tabi wiwa laaye re.
 
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What will it cost to extend the eligibility for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit for another 8 weeks?; Another extension to the closure of Canada’s border with the U.S., despite pressure from businesses and border communities; The Parliamentary Black Caucus calls on all levels of government to take action to reduce systemic racism.…
 
The Indigenous Services Minister is asked if there is systemic racism within the government; the Prime Minister blames procedural and political differences for the failure to debate a bill that would mean COVID-19 benefits for people with disabilities; Pandemic pay wage increases at some Canadian grocery stores will come to an end this weekend.…
 
The opposition parties reject swift passage of the emergency COVID-19 aid bill; The Parliamentary Budget Office says extending the CERB could cost the federal government an additional $64 billion; The government responds to claims from an RCMP deputy commissioner that systemic racism doesn’t exist in the police force.…
 
Jagmeet Singh says Canada must speak up as protests continue in the United States; Justin Trudeau positions Canada as a champion of a co-ordinated global COVID-19 recovery plan; As tensions continue to rise in China, the government says Canadians currently living in Hong Kong are welcome to come home.…
 
A 21-second pause from the Prime Minister, when he’s asked to comment on Donald Trump’s threat to use military force against protesters; Questions over concerns about blowback from Donald Trump, if Canada gets involved in the current situation south of the border; Two of Canada’s largest telecom companies announce partnerships with Huawei’s Europea…
 
The Prime Minister says we can’t pretend that racism doesn’t exist in Canada; The federal government will send cities infrastructure funds ahead of schedule to help with the COVID-19 recovery; Foreign policy and trade experts call on Canada to re-examine relations with the United States, in light of Donald Trump’s response to the pandemic.…
 
Reaction as a BC judge rules extradition proceedings for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou should proceed; Pressure on the government to respond to a scathing report on some of Canada’s long-term care homes; The latest polls show Peter MacKay still leads the Conservative leadership race.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Reaction to reports of shocking conditions in Ontario nursing homes; The Chinese government warns of further “damage” to relations with Canada, as a BC judge prepares to release a decision on the extradition hearing for Meng Wanzhou; MPs vote to extend the suspension of Parliament until September.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Justin Trudeau is asked why the Liberal Party applied for the wage subsidy program; Jagmeet Singh continues to press the prime minister for paid sick leave for all Canadian workers; Andrew Scheer demands the government “unequivocally condemn” China’s recent attacks on the people of Hong Kong.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Ontario’s premier says anyone in the province who wants a coronavirus test can now get one; Rumours about Stephen Harper being drafted into the Conservative leadership race; What can we expect in the House of Commons during what was supposed to be the final month of the spring session of Parliament?By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
How will Canadians react if a second wave of infections leads to another lockdown?; As provincial economies reopen, is the federal government willing to consider a national policy on sick-leave?; The government says it understands the anger from airline customers who are unable to get their money back for cancelled flights.…
 
The Prime Minister defends the government’s decision to not immediately pursue anyone who fraudulently collects financial help during the pandemic; How much of a concern is a second wave of infections as some provinces continue to reopen services and reduce restrictions?; The government says the reopening of national parks and historic sites is not…
 
The federal government says it’s offering bridge loans, not 'bailouts', to large companies that need help; The Prime Minister says governments will be held accountable if re-opening measures lead to more outbreaks; We’re just over a week away from the expiration of an agreement to keep the Canada-US border closed to all but essential crossings.…
 
What will be the cost as the federal government and the provinces top up the wages of some essential front-line workers?; Canada’s chief medical officer of health stresses the importance of testing for COVID-19 as provinces open up more businesses and services; Can the military meet the demand for more personnel if provinces request help?…
 
Does the government have plans to extend benefit programs if the pandemic continues?; The country’s Chief Medical Officer of Health stresses the importance of contact tracing; Jagmeet Singh says the NDP would support a ban on assault-style weapons, but he wants clarity from the government.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Questions arise about why it took more than 12 hours for the Canadian Armed Forces to confirm last week’s helicopter crash; $252 million in federal funding is set aside to help Canada’s farmers; Is the drop in the number of positive COVID-19 tests in Canada a sign that the pandemic is easing off?By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
After last-minute negotiations, MPs pass the government’s $9 billion student aid package; The Prime Minister says he’s open to the idea of a voluntary coronavirus tracking app, as long as privacy is respected; Derek Sloan rejects a demand from the Conservative Party's Ontario caucus to apologize for comments he made about Canada’s Chief Medical Off…
 
Several provinces begin putting forward their plans for reopening their economies and loosening restrictions; Andrew Scheer says he doesn’t agree with a Conservative MP’s comments about Canada’s top public health official; Dr. Theresa Tam acknowledges more could have been done to stop the spread of the coronavirus.…
 
Canada’s top public health official dismisses the idea that herd immunity could play a role in the reopening of the economy; The Conservatives criticize the government’s financial support programs; Will the Conservatives relaunch their leadership race after criticism of Andrew Scheer?By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Calls for a Conservative MP to be removed after allegations he made against Canada’s medical officer of health; Cities ask the federal government for at least $10 billion in emergency funding; Should Canadians worry as some US states move toward easing restrictions?By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Ontario joins Quebec in calling on the army to help with coronavirus outbreaks in long-term care facilities; A surge in Justin Trudeau's approval ratings; Questions continue about how the RCMP handled the weekend attacks in Nova Scotia, and why an emergency alert wasn’t sent to the public.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
In the aftermath of the mass shooting in Nova Scotia, the Prime Minister promises swift action on gun control; The Liberals and other parties vote down the Conservatives' bid to have Parliament sit in person several times a week; What does it mean for the federal picture as some provinces pass or approach a peak in COVID-19 cases?…
 
The government contradicts statements from Donald Trump that the Canada-U.S. border could soon be reopened. Canadian politicians weigh in on whether China and the World Health Organization should be held accountable for the crisis. New Brunswick’s premier suggests his province could be the first to reopen its provincial borders.…
 
Health officials say there is some cause for cautious optimism in the fight against the coronavirus; The current slowing rate of infection doesn’t mean business-as-usual any time soon; Andrew Scheer accuses the Liberals of shirking accountability by not agreeing to in-person sittings of Parliament.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Prime Minister answers criticism over a trip to his cottage and telling Canadians to stay home; The opposition raises concerns about the reliability of data coming from The World Health Organization; Andrew Scheer says any changes to the House calendar must include opportunities for MPs to ask questions of the Prime Minister.…
 
Alberta premier Jason Kenney criticizes Canada’s chief public health officer and says he won’t wait for Health Canada’s approval of tests and vaccines; The federal government puts more focus on protecting the elderly; Farmers and food processors are given $50 million to make sure temporary foreign workers comply with mandatory quarantines.…
 
With wage subsidy legislation now passed, will there be additional measures to help hard-hit industries like oil and gas, and the airlines?; Questions about whether something could have been done earlier to prevent the deaths in long-term care facilities; Is the role of the opposition evolving as the crisis continues?…
 
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